Ever successfully challenged Racism?
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“He’s a human and he’s my friend. I stood up for him.”
“I’ve asked my friends from different communities how I can help.”
“We should all step forward.”
“I challenged them. They said ‘… ever so sorry, we got it a bit wrong.'”
“I reported a conversation where a man was being racist to a 12-13 year old on a bus.”
“I’ve had them up. Explained you can’t use that type of language. Sometimes you can get through to somebody.”
“I asked for mineral makeup to suit all skin tones.”
“I re-educated myself as a 53 year old. It’s important we listen to the youth and change our way of thinking.”
“If I react I will conform to the stereotype of Black people being aggressive and I won’t do that either.”
“I organised a vigil in solidarity with the black community to ask for justice and to start removing the systemic racism that is within society, conscious and unconscious.”
“… Continue to be anti-racist and anti-fascist in whatever space or context I am in.”
“By trying to teach my children… and educate them in the right way.”
“I teach my 6 year old about different races and different colour skin. Everybody is the same inside and I make sure those values are passed to her.”